Cheap flights from Trinidad and Tobago

The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, is a twin-island Caribbean tropical paradise located a mere 11 km off the coast of the Latin American nation of Venezuela. Whether you’re already here taking in the wonderful island atmosphere of Port of Spain, or hope to go there soon, it makes sense to think about how much more you might see. This is the third-richest country in all of the Americas, and there’s plenty of air connectivity.

All you need to do is to dial up the powerful Skyscanner travel research tool, and use one of their inspiration-generating search tools to know when and where to find the cheapest possible tickets. When you look up those ideas, it can be hard to not be mesmerized by the possibilities. If it costs $50 to go to a spectacular destination that you’ve never been to before, why wouldn’t you go?

Using Skyscanner for inspiration

Using Skyscanner can be a somewhat addictive experience. Once you discover what it can do, you’ll probably find yourself looking up destinations that are inexplicably cheap. Download the app or open the website, and put in the name of the airport of origin (Port of Spain, in this case); in the destination field, simply click on Everywhere; you don’t have to be specific in the date field, either. You can click on Whole month, and then click on Cheapest month.

Right away, you’ll get a list of all the destinations out there, with cheapest fares listed -- in the Caribbean, the US, in Europe, and everywhere else.

It can be hard to not be tempted. In general, the cheapest prices going anywhere in the US or Canada are usually about $200. $400 can take you all the way to Europe.

If you’d like a little inspiration, Skyscanner can really help.

Making most of your trip the airport

Many airlines touch Piarco International in Port of Spain – Air Canada Rouge, American Airlines, British Airways, JetBlue, United, Westjet, of course, Caribbean Airlines.

A tiny airport, Piarco has three concourses, free Wi-Fi, and excellent air-conditioning. The airport is open 24 hours a day. While you can always take a taxi or a rental car to the airport, public transportation is easily available.

The airport is usually uncrowded, but it can get busy when there are multiple flights arriving or leaving. It’s a good idea to go in with enough time on hand. You should keep in mind that shopping at the airport is probably not a good idea. Prices at the duty-free shops tend to be higher than in the city.

Remember to carry an umbrella. Many planes do not have jetway access, and because it often rains, you may need to walk on the tarmac to the plane in the rain.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.